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Revoke suspension of our communications officer — NPP Council of Elders

The Bono Regional Council of Elders of the New Patriotic Party has ordered the party in the region to revoke the suspension of Maxwell Mahama, the Sunyani East Communications Officer, with immediate effect.

Mr Mahama, an outspoken member of the NPP in the region, was suspended from the party on March 6, 2021, for gross misconduct.

But, the party in a letter signed by Mr James Kofi Kyereme, Bono Regional Council of Elders, and made available to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Sunyani, said, “the suspension of Mr Mahama as communication officer or officer of the party and member is settled and should be lifted.”

Copies of the letter were sent to the National Executive Committee, National Council Of Elders, the Bono Regional Secretariat, Sunyani East Constituency Executive Committee and Sunyani East Constituency Council of Elders of the NPP.

Mr Frank Musah Damtarl, the Sunyani East Constituency Chairman of the party, has earlier petitioned the Council to resolve the impasse in the supreme interest of the Party.

The letter expressed the Council’s gratitude to Mr Kwame Baffoe, the Bono Regional Chairman of the NPP, and the regional executives for the maximum cooperation during and after the settlement processes.

“The Council of Elders shall continue to work hand in hand with the Regional Executives in ensuring peace and harmony in all the constituencies to enhance the fortunes of the NPP in Election 2024”, it stated.

It, therefore, advised every member to promote, and defend the good name and image of the NPP in the region, promote unity, remain truthful, and abide by and publicly uphold the decisions of the party.

 

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